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The Grandview Heights City School District has announced its participation for 2014-2015 in providing free and reduced-price meals for children unable to pay the full price or meals served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast, After School Care Snack or Special Milk Program.
* Kent State University has announced its spring 2014 graduates. They include Grandview residents Bryon Dennis, Michelle Rucker and Trevor Setterlin.
The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave. For more information, call 614-486-2951.
Richelle Antczak McCuen of Grandview Heights has joined Mills James as marketing coordinator in the creative media firm's marketing and communications department.
This year's Lazy Daze of Summer Festival turned out to be more lathe-y than lazy.
Grandview has a long history of academic success -- but Andy Culp doesn't plan to let it rest on its laurels.
Our Lady of Victory Church will hold its annual parish festival Aug. 8-9, but the emphasis is on community.
The first phase of Marble Cliff's streetlight project will be underway soon.
The Grandview Heights Police Department has issued a warning about a potential scam.
Grandview Heights schools
Although Grandview is similar in size to her previous school district, Treasurer Beth Collier said her new position offers one big difference.
The Grandview Heights City School District and school board will host an open house from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 6, in the John Glenn Community Center at Edison Intermediate/Larry Larson Middle School, 1240 Oakland Ave.
Franklin American Laundry closed its doors, and Robert Blackburn found himself without a job.
Jeffrey Dillion always knows where he's going to be on his birthday: the Ohio State Fair.
Grandview Yard development
In a sometimes-heated meeting Monday, July 21, Grandview Heights City Council unanimously passed several pieces of legislation, including approval of revisions to the original development agreement from 2009, that will allow the next phases of the Grandview Yard development to proceed -- and at a faster pace.
The Grandview Heights City School District will go the traditional route for its next levy request.